Univ of TN: NSF REU summer research program in computational sciences for undergraduate students

Program:

 

The Research Experiences in Computational Science, Engineering, and Mathematics (RECSEM) NSF REU site program directs a group of ten undergraduate students to explore the emergent interdisciplinary computational science models and techniques via a number of cohesive compute and data intensive applications. The RECSEM program complements the growing importance of computational sciences in many advanced degree programs and provides scientific understanding and discovery to undergraduates with an intellectual focus on research projects using high performance computing (HPC). This program aims to deliver a real-world research experience to the students by partnering with teams of scientists who are in the forefront of scientific computing research at the National Institutes of Computational Sciences (NICS), the Innovative Computing Laboratory (ICL), and the Joint Institute for Computational Sciences (JICS) at UTK and Oak Ridge National Laboratory. 

 

Benefit:

A Stipend of $5000 + $2500 housing/subsistence

A travel allowance

On-campus housing

 

Eligibility:

Undergraduate students of general sciences or engineering majors

U.S. citizens or permanent residents

Basic knowledge in scientific computing

 

Important dates:

Deadline for applications: February 23, 2018

Program Dates:  May 28, 2018 – August 3, 2018

 

For additional information including online application and previous projects, please refer to www.jics.utk.edu/recsem-reu

  Summer Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU …

www.jics.utk.edu

The RECSEM REU site program. The Research Experiences in Computational Science, Engineering, and Mathematics (RECSEM) REU site program begins in 2017.


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